A change agenda that belongs to communities: approaches to resource mobilisation in Kenya
A new entry in our “modelling progressive funding” series by guest author Emilly Omudho.
INTRAC Newsletter December 2017
With a guest contribution by Kaustuv K Bandyopadhyay of PRIA, India. Plus all the latest INTRAC news.
Soul-searching and funding for local CSOs: reflections from Tanzania
Click to read our blog by Tamim Amijee, Edna Chilimo and Elias Xavier.
Sustaining Civic Action: join a collective global rethink
Read the event summary and recommendations for action!
INTRAC’s Experience of Working with International NGOs on Aid Withdrawal and Exit Strategies from 2011 to 2016
This article offers insights into what researchers at INTRAC have learned about the interests, priorities and strategies of international NGOs in relation to aid withdrawal and exit processes.
Praxis Series Paper No.3. Strategies for civil society sustainability. Social enterprise development in Kyrgyzstan
This paper provides an example of attempting social enterprise in a country beset by economic and political problems.
Building sustainability of the Step by Step Network
Funded by the Open Society Foundations’ Early Childhood Programme (ECP), INTRAC provided support to strengthening the organisational and financial sustainability […]
Debating civil society sustainability
Practitioners and funders have to act now to change how they approach the long-term sustainability of organisations and their actions. […]
Strengthening civil society capacity in rural areas of Kyrgyzstan
This GIZ funded project had the overall objective to build the sustainability and capacity of civil society in Kyrgyzstan, in […]